Part of the Vast Right Wing Consipiracy

Friday, May 16, 2003


Freedom slideshow
This is my first try at making a slideshow so I hope it works, here's the link:
ps--- It's encoded in divx and mp3 for audio... file size is under 3.5 meg for bandwidth challenged, also you can right click and save. If you like it, pass it around (with reference to my site of course).

Divx codec

You will need the divx codec to see the video below. To get it, click here divx codec. This is the trick to making a fully uncoded 1.2gig file into a 3.2 meg file. Just download it and install, that should do it (hopefully).

posted by Doc at 9:56 PM


Funny as crap stuff
Y'all may have already seen these short cartoon flicks but these are so damn funny I just had to post!
I just wanna do one thing!
Ghetto Delta Airlines

I'm reposting this at the top since I've gotten a ton of hits looking for this kinda junk ;-)

posted by Doc at 9:51 PM


I love to BBQ
I'm a BBQ connoisseur. I'm always looking for new things to try out on the grill. People sit and devour my savory cuts of meat that I've specially seasoned and cooked to perfection. Sure I'll eat soon, but first enjoy the flavor of my offerings people. I'm going to let y'all in on a little secret recipe of making the perfect BBQ. Here goes: Think simple!
1. Gas is good to run out and grill a hamburger or hotdog on after a long day of work, but dont ever expect to produce much worth rave reviews over it. Keep your gas grill for weekday cooking. If you dont have a 'real' grill then I suggest buying what I've got: Chargriller Pro Smoker.
2. Get a 'chimney' to start your charcoal in, it starts much better than with fluid. I dont use newspaper to start it though because it makes a ton of newspaper ash. I use a little chunk of a firelog or firestarter right under where the newspaper goes. Either use Kingsford or Big green egg charcoal.
3. Home Depot has a nice bag of hickory chunks, if not then mesquite chips or some other hardwood chips will do, start soaking them(overnight if possible).
4. Take your chicken, sausage, or pork out of the fridge and skin the chicken but dont trim any fat from the pork. I use lots of fresh ground pepper, Tony Chachere’s seasoning, garlic powder, and anything else you feel like using. You want a nice layer of spice and rub it in thoroughly.
5. Dump out the ready coals on one side in a nice little pyramid or pile.
6. On the other side put the meat, or if you've invested in the warming rack that's a better place than any, it cooks faster since it's hot, but still slower than directly on the fire. If you've got a big cut of meat like a pork loin then I would suggest you invest in a nice digital thermometer with a flexible wire so you can keep it in and see the temperature without lifting the lid.
7. Before you close the lid, reach into your water and grab a few nice chunks of hardwood and put it directly on the coals. Close lid and if you are cooking small things leave damper open and the top chimmney over half closed. For bigger slower cooked meat you may have to add more coals later, close the damper almost all the way.
8. When you think you are about 10 minutes from done, take your choice of bbq sauce and apply generously. After 5 minutes, turn the meat over and apply sauce again.
9. Dont overcook your meat!!!!! Avoid cutting into the meat to see if it's done, that'll just let all the juices out. Use the damn thermometer that I told you to buy!!!! I usually take it off the grill a few degrees shy of optimum doneness since the meat will continue cooking after its off the grill.
10. Serve nice and hot.

notes: I realize that a whole lotta true bbq people dont advocate using sauce while on the grill, to that I say, PPPTTTTT:-P Theres something that happens to sauce that's cooked to the meat, it tastes much better and actually makes the meal. If you are trying out a large cut of meat like a brisket or whole loin or even a turkey then I would suggest finding some bigger wood and cook over it after the coals burn out. Nothing beats cooking over a totally wood fire.
notes2: Charcoal has been found to cause cancer in Kalifornia, I would suggest you not do it there then ;-)

posted by Doc at 4:43 PM

Wednesday, May 14, 2003


Funny as crap stuff
Y'all may have already seen these short cartoon flicks but these are so damn funny I just had to post!
I just wanna do one thing!
Ghetto Delta Airlines

I'm reposting this at the top since I've gotten a ton of hits looking for this kinda junk ;-)

posted by Doc at 5:10 PM


Celebrity by Brad Paisley
Someday I'm gonna be famous,
Do I have talent, well, no.
These days you don't really need it,
Thanks to reality shows

Can't Wait to date a supermodel,
Can't Wait to sue my dad.
Can't wait to wreck a Ferrari
On my way to rehab....

Cause when you're a Celebrity
It's adios reality
You' can act just like a fool
People think you're cool
Just cause your on TV.
I can throw major fits
When my latte isn't just how I like it
They say I've gone insane,
I'll blame it on the fame,
And the pressures that it goes with
Being a Celebrity
uh huh

I get to cry to Barbara Walters,
When Things don't go my way.
I'll get community service
No matter which law I break

I'll make the supermarket tabloids,
They'll write some awful stuff
But the more they run my name down,

Cause when you're a Celebrity,
It's adios reality.
No matter what you do,
People think you're cool,
Just cause you're on TV.
I can fall in and out of love,
Have marriages that barely last a month.
When they go down the drain
I'll blame it on fame
And say it's just so tough.
Being a Celebrity

So let's hitch up the wagons and head out west
To the land of fun in the sun
We'll be real world bachelors
Jackass Millionaires
Hey, Hey, Hollywood
Here we come!

Yeah, When you're a Celebrity
It's adios reality
No matter what you do,
People think you're cool,
Just cause you're on t.v.
...Being a Celebrity
...Yeah Celebrity!
"Where's my coffee?"

To view the video click here, then go about half way down the page to Brad Paisley and pick either the Real Audio or WMV.

posted by Doc at 4:25 PM


What a quick way to get capped!
This thing should come with it's own death certificate. You can just see a local 'gangsta' pullin this baby out on somebody or better yet at a football game. I've never been a fan of just the regular red dot laser pointers because kids use them to try and scare people into believing that they've got a sight on them. It's all fun and games until someone draws their .357 and goes lookin for the targeting person. Add in that the pointer looks like a snubby and you've got yourself the ultimate misunderstanding!
eBay item 2928866904 (Ends May-20-03 05:36:15 PDT ) - THUG GANGSTER LASER POINTER VERY COOL NEW

posted by Doc at 9:46 AM

Monday, May 12, 2003


Adoption update 2!
Friday we had yet another 'situation', here are the details:
(this is from memory since the notes are at home)
Mother: 21 years old, had baby yesterday (cant remember sex of baby)
5'1" 115lbs black hair/brown eyes (Philipina)
Smoked 1 pack a day throughout pregnacy
"party drinks" throughout pregnacy
Crystal Meth user until end of March
Prenatal vitamins April 1

Father: 21 yrs old
5'1" 130 lbs black hair/brown eyes (Philipino)
Father was one night stand (this is by her memory)

Cost for adoption: $26,500 + travel
Wants 1 letter a month for 1 year then once a year till 18, no meetings.

Our decision: Believe it or not this situation was much better. We wouldnt mind a Philipino baby(I dont mean to sound like it'd just be o.k., to me it's the same as a white baby). The cost was on our maxed out level and we'd like to see some more that are more like 20K or 18K. The travel would be cheaper since we'd be flying on buddy passes, but the location was to a major tourist destination which would be more expensive. Plus, we're not really ready TODAY to go pick up a baby and that's kinda scary to imagine you could have a baby by the end of the week. I would rather have a couple of weeks to get ready. Still really too expensive and then the extensive Meth use really made us pass on this situation.

posted by Doc at 4:33 PM


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